Like any other craft out there, there sure is a tutorial website for it. And it’s not that different for sewing machine tutorials. And to help you set off in the right direction, here listed are some of the best sewing machine tutorials blog you could find in the internet, and their own about page descriptions, because who would know better to describe themselves but the makers themselves!
Check this blogs out and see why many bloggers love them!!
Tilly and the Buttons (http://www.tillyandthebuttons.com)
“With jargon-busting instructions and photos showing each step, our award-winning sewing patterns, dressmaking workshops and bestselling book help you create beautiful clothes that you’ll be proud to say you made yourself… even if you’re a new stitcher.”
Sew Mama Sew (http://www.sewmamasew.com)
“We travel with 14 handmade bags. We love dresses on little girls, made by great-grandmothers. We can identify fabric lines that came out 8 years ago. We love story time under handmade quilts. We love eager kids asking, “Is it done yet?” We spend far too much time looking at what other people sew. We have vintage embroidery framed on our walls, piles of fabric next to the sewing machine and more WIPs than we’ll ever finish. We love the history, craft and artistry of sewing.”
The Fold Line (https://thefoldline.com)
“We were inspired by the growing online sewing community to build a home for everyone interested in sewing and stitching. Did you know there are 4 million of you now in the UK alone? We wanted to create a place for everyone to come together. Here you can share your creations, get tips, post reviews and be inspired.”
Orange Lingerie (https://www.orange-lingerie.com)
“Spending all my time sewing for clients, I longingly followed all the garment sewing I did not have the time to do by reading sewing blogs. As I met the bloggers and other sewists, I discovered there was a lot of interest in bra making so I wrote a book about fitting and constructing bras to share my tips, tricks and techniques. I went on to create a bra sewing pattern, based on my custom clients favorite design, so sewists could put my book to good use.”
Ada Spragg (http://www.adaspragg.com)
“I’m Sophie. Seeker of Sewing Highs.
Join me, as I whoop-whoop zipper flys and cry over shrunk fabric. Our destination: the ultimate hand-made wardrobe.”